Warmth is a personal matter

Some people get colder than others. That is a fact. The degree of warmth needed for various photography adventures depend on your circulation and how your body in general reacts in the cold.  The warmth of our gloves is influenced by the materials we’ve chosen for shell and thickness and type of insulation in each glove.

To make it easier for you to chose the right glove for your personal photography need, we have designed these temperature rating illustrations and rated all our gloves to help you understand the conditions that that particular Vallerret Photography Glove performs best in.

 

Deep Winter Conditions

This illustration indicates that this particular photography glove is best suited for photo session in extremely cold temperatures keeping your hands warm even in the deepest days of winter.

Vallerret Mid-Winter-warmth-illustration-B&W

 

Mid Winter Conditions

This illustration indicates that this particular photography glove is best suited for photo sessions in mid winter temperatures. With camera feel in mind we’ve designed mid winter gloves with slightly less insulation to minimise bilk.

Warmth rating for Vallerret Gloves_Mild Winter

 

Mild Winter Conditions

This illustration indicates that this particular photography glove is best suited for photo session in mild Winter temperatures and is a great choice as an Every-Day-Use glove. Mild Winter gloves have a thin layer of insulation to optimise camera feel and grip.

 

Spring Conditions

This illustration indicates that this particular photography glove is best suited for photo sessions in very mild winter days or early spring. Check with the models if it is applicable as base layer inside other Vallerret Gloves.